Many of you may have been watching the second international version of The Ultimate Fighter, which took place between a team of all Australian fighters and a team of all English fighters, as it could be considered arguably more entertaining than the current U.S. season. The teams were headed by two former competitors of the long running reality series in George Sotiropoulos and Ross Pearson, as the two will engage in a fight that is set to for the finale. UFC on FX 6 also serves as the finale for the season and the two finalist will compete on it.For the Australian team you have Robert Whittaker taking on Bradley Scott from the UK’s team.
Whittaker holds a record of 9-2 in MMA. He has finished every one of his opponents, and has only been finished once in his two losses. He carried his pension for violence into the TUF house when he knocked out both of his opponents in the first round.
Scott is 8-1 with his one loss coming by submission, but he had finished all of his eight wins before entering the TUF house. His finishing ways did not continue though as he was unable to finish either of his opponents and earned decision victories instead.
This is the first final to be announced for the reality program with the lightweight final still having to be decided. UK fighter Norman “Stormin” Parke has already made it to the finals which is no surprise since he was one of the most experienced fighters in the house despite being only 25 years old. He is currently 16-2, and he holds the same weakness as most of the fighters losing his two losses by decision, but he has finished 15 of his 16 wins. He awaits his challenger when 8-1 UK submission specialist Colin Fletcher takes on Australian’s 9-1 former bantamweight Richie Valculik.